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From: "Cecelia Hickel" <cecelia.hickel@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 3 Jun 2004 10:43:44 -0700
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http://www.results.gov/agenda/scorecard.html  The most recent status reports
of the eGov program beginning from 2002 forward.    (01)

http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/egov/site_map.htm  A composite of links
relavent to the eGov initiative at all levels.    (02)

eGov Affiliated Websites    (03)

http://www.BPN.gov The Business Partner Network    (04)

http://www.ContractDirectory.gov - This site is a searchable directory of
government wide acquisition contracts (GWACs), multi-agency contracts,
Federal Supply Schedule contracts, or any other procurement instrument
intended for use by multiple agencies, including Blanket Purchase Agreements
(BPAs) against Federal Supply Schedule contracts.
This site serves as a market research and planning tool, enabling agencies
to explore the use of existing multi-agency contracting vehicles to satisfy
their requirements before developing new contracts.    (05)

http://www.EPLS.gov The Excluded Parties Listing System    (06)

http://www.FedBizOpps.gov - FedBizOpps.gov is the single government
point-of-entry (GPE) for Federal government procurement opportunities over
$25,000. Government buyers are able to publicize their business
opportunities by posting information directly to FedBizOpps via the
Internet. Through one portal - FedBizOpps (FBO) - commercial vendors seeking
Federal markets for their products and services can search, monitor and
retrieve opportunities solicited by the entire Federal contracting
community.    (07)

http://www.FedTeDS.gov - (Federal Technical Data Solution) FedTeDS is an
online dissemination solution designed to safeguard sensitive acquisition
related information for use by all Federal Agencies and their approved
business partners.    (08)

http://www.FPDS-NG.com - The FPDS is the central repository of statistical
information on federal contracting. It contains detailed information on
contract actions of more than $25,000 and summary data on procurements of
less that $25,000. The new system, FPDS-NG, will integrate with every
government procurement system in real time.    (09)

http://www.PPIRS.gov - Past Performance Information Retrieval System
http://www.WDOL.gov - Wage Determinations OnLine Program    (010)

eGov Technical and Information Resource Links    (011)

http://www.web-services.gov/  Semantic XML Web Services Community of
Practice homepage.    (012)

http://listserv.gsa.gov/archives/cioc-web-services.html  A webpage of
publication and presentation archives of the CIO Council AIC Web-Services
Working Group by month/year dating back to Dec. 2002. It has a search
function.    (013)

http://xml.gov/registries.asp  "A registry/repository is a means to discover
and retrieve documents, templates, and software (i.e., objects and
resources) over the Internet. The registry is used to discover the object.
It provides information about the object, including its location. A
repository is where the object resides for retrieval by users."    (014)

http://www.dlis.dla.mil/GIDM/default.asp  Government/Industry Data Mart
(GIDM), the portal for government/industry data exchange. Through these
pages, you have access to several massive data sources and portals which
backbone the eGov.    (015)

http://www.egovos.org/  Go here and download a 1000+ page catalog the US
government uses to refer to open source software. Includes contacts and
software descriptions. Also, you can add your software here.    (016)

Pilot Programs    (017)

http://web-services.gov/et41703a.ppt Overview of the funded pilot program
and requirements given by Brand Niemann.  "The pilot funding options are as
follows: (1) AIC Budget (limited), (2) Industry Advisory Council (IAC)
services, (3) Participating Agencies, and (4) Venture Capitalists."    (018)

Non eGov Links but good Ontolog member resources    (019)

http://www.dau.mil/pubs/pdf/know-it.pdf  An encyclopedia of nearly 400 pages
on Knowledge Management and IT terms, definitions and acronyms compiled by a
Navy Program Executive Office for Information Technology and based on first
hand experience. It is written by Neal J. Pollack and appears to based on a
1987 original publication with considerable updates. The definitions are
well written and exampled and includes weblinks to additional resources as
well as other published resources. Also and for no apparent reason is
included with every definition is a whimsical saying that is great for
thought and laughs and the source for each is included.    (020)

http://www.x12.org/x12org/index.cfm  Here is a website for comparing the
XML-based eCommerce standards to pre-existing standards ASC X12 which boasts
more than 315 electronic data interchange (EDI) transaction sets, developed,
integrated and tested over the last 25 years.  However, this "Standards
Effort" appears to be a somewhat of a counter effort to the ebXML in that
while in agreement to follow the ebXML standards, the X12 version includes
additional structures in their components while claiming X12 is more defined
as to meanings of semantics.    (021)

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